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Microsoft will use WebGL to help create their upcoming Bing Maps 3D features, in addition to supporting the graphics API inside the Internet Explorer 11 web browser.
Microsoft is using its Vine marketing campaign for Internet Explorer to hint strongly that WebGL support may be finally coming to Internet Explorer 10 sometime in the near future.
An examination of the leaked Windows Blue build shows there is evidence that Microsoft could be putting in WebGL support for the operating system's Internet Explorer 11 web browser.
If you were counting on WebGL support in upcoming versions of Internet Explorer, you're out of luck for now. Microsoft made the decision to not support WebGL in its current form due to serious security...
The Google Code team today have launched a new Chrome Experiment known as the WebGL Globe. Through any WebGL enabled browser, such as Google Chrome or Firefox 4, you can view geographic data on an...
More than 3 years on, Opera have released a public preview build of their browser, with a standards-based 3D canvas implementation using WebGL for Windows. In 2007 they had released a preview build showing an...